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PHIL 295 - Topical Issues in Philosophy Units: 3

This course offering allows faculty response to community and student interest in ethical, aesthetic and cultural issues through learning activities focused on a specific topic not included in regular offerings. Examples of such topics include ethics and the media, environmental aesthetics, the culture and values of the sixties or other topics utilizing faculty expertise or specialized knowledge of an adjunct faculty. These course offerings will demonstrate the viability and relevance of a humanistic perspective on contemporary issues. The course may be repeated for up to 6 credits as topics vary.